Siamese twins Giacomo and Giovanni Battista Tocci from Italy. In 1891 the boys came to America for an extensive tour and were paid $1000 a week. In March 1892, they arrived in New York and stayed for three weeks. Their one year tour turned into a five-year tour as their popularity grew in America.
Conjoined twins Giovanni and Giacomo Tocci (born either 1875 or 1877, death unknown). They were the inspiration for Mark Twain's short story "Those Extraordinary Twins". They couldn't walk, but could crawl or they used a wheelchair. They settled disputes among themselves with their fists (!). They retired from the sideshow in 1897 and bought a villa in Venice. They became recluses and strangely, their date of death is unknown, being reported numerous times between 1905 and 1940.